Anaplan, the Connected Planning pioneer, is changing the way the world’s most respected companies do business.  We believe in clear, open communication enabling teams to overcome obstacles and move forward together. We want you to feel that you belong to a team, you matter, and are able to be your authentic self. We all work together to deliver business value with the power of Connected Planning at every level within every organization, and alongside an ever-growing number of users, a rich partner ecosystem, and active community. At Anaplan, our values are key to everything we do. We call it #AnaplanLOVE
 
 
 
At Anaplan these words come to life by making employees feel empowered and inspired.
Building a strong culture around company values is an ongoing journey
that will continue to be the core of our existence.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Anaplan is committed to diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging (DEIB). Our Chief Diversity Officer will help foster and lead a work environment in which Anaplan’s values are core to everything we do, and one in which our employees experience their Diversity as a key strength to be celebrated and the foundation of our Company’s success.

Reporting to Anaplan’s CPO, this leader will have broad cross-functional reach. They will influence every aspect our organization, from how we mentor our teams to the way that we go-to-market with our platform and services. They will develop strategies crafted to ensure that all employees can bring their authentic selves to work and find career opportunity and personal growth, while championing efforts for Anaplan to continuously improve on its path forward regarding DEIB.

What You’ll Be Doing

  • Lead the development of Anaplan’s DEIB strategy and planning efforts around how we put what we value into action
  • Engage and partner with our Employee Resource Groups as a subject matter expert and focal point for Anaplan’s rapidly growing network of groups, events, and DEIB initiatives
  • Coach and engage our Executive Leadership Team on areas related to DEIB, Anaplan’s values, and our business
  • Be an authority and guide on education and learning and development initiatives built for managers and employees globally across Anaplan
  • Ensure our external network of Anaplanners is being built through inclusive practices with diversity of talent at the forefront of all our efforts
  • Be a partner and advisor to our Employee Communications and culture teams regarding internal, external, and leadership communications
  • Engage closely with our Talent Acquisition organization and our early talent efforts to refine and measure our approaches to hiring leadership, professional, and emerging talent positions globally
  • Help guide reporting and analytics designed to highlight the strengths and opportunities of our efforts to support hiring, retention and career growth at Anaplan

You Have

  • Proven track record of partnering and mentoring across multiple areas of a global growth business
  • Experience leading cross-functional projects and initiatives across a sophisticated and changing organization
  • Experience measuring and communicating about the progress of high-visibility initiatives
  • Ability to tackle problems with innovative approaches and systemic thinking (We believe systemic problems require systemic solutions!)
  • Deep listening skills and the ability to bring voice to underrepresented employees
  • Strong communication, interpersonal, and strategic skills in order to articulate a DEIB strategy and vision for Anaplan
  • Ability to work collaboratively across the organization and the capacity to communicate and engage at all levels of the organization
  • A passion for crafting, advising, and moving our DEIB work forward
 
 
Our diversity and inclusion commitment
Build your job in a place that thrives on diversity, inclusion and belonging. We believe in maintaining a hiring and working experience in which all people are respected and valued, regardless of gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, age, neurodiversity, disability status, citizenship, or any other aspect which makes people unique. We hire you for who you are, and we want you to bring your true self to work every day!
 
 
 
 
Our story 
Anaplan is a cloud-native enterprise SaaS company helping global enterprises orchestrate business performance. Our customers come first to create heroes, unlock potential & build trust and confidence. We challenge legacy thinking and software that isn’t flexible for the modern organization. We have architected the only platform that will take the time from planning to decision down to zero.
 
We’re building a truly unique technology. From our calculation engine and in-memory data store, to apps and predictive analytics; amazing technology is being developed every day.
 
We’re addressing a $100B/year problem that all global businesses face. Our mission is to break the traditional business planning mold, currently performed through spreadsheets or legacy systems.
 
Anaplan’s Connected Planning platform is enabling customers to improve decision-making by turning response time into real time, to make better decisions to enhance your business. The platform helps you dynamically orchestrate performance enterprise-wide, and convert constant change to your environment.
 
See what our global customers and partners have to say about Anaplan’s platform is solving some of the most complex challenges in business. CEOs, analysts, and the press agree—Anaplan is changing the way the world does business. Learn about our history, see our recognitions and achievements, and take a look at what it’s like to work at Anaplan. Get to know more about working at Anaplan by checking out our social channels.
 
 
Can’t find the perfect role for you? New opportunities are opening up daily: http://anaplan.com/CAREERS
 
 
 
 
 
COVID-19 Update
Protecting the health and safety of our communities, including our employees and of those considering a career at Anaplan, is our highest priority. We continue to closely monitor the evolving situation and we appreciate your understanding and flexibility with any related changes to our interviewing process.

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